Collaborating-for-Success-Pt2

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CURRICULUM
MATERIALS
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Common Core Materials List
ELA
Math
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Lucy Calkins – Units of Study
in Opinion, Information, and
Narrative Writing (K-5)
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Ready Common Core Math
Instruction Book (one per
student grades K-5)
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Ready Common Core Reading
Instruction Book (one per
student grades K-5)
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Explorations in CORE Math
(one per student grades 6-8,
and one class set for HS
Algebra, Geometry, and
Algebra II)
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Springboard: Textual Power
(one per student in middle
school Honors ELA classes)
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Engage NY Math Modules
(Grades K-8)
Common Core Curriculum
Maps book (one per teacher)
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Various pilots of Common Core
math materials
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Common Core Units of Study
with accompanying trade
books* (grades K-8)
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Developing Core Proficiency
Units of Study by O’Dell
Education (grades 6-12)
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ERWC Modules (grades 7-8)
Science and Social
Studies
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National Geographic: Global
Issues Series (multiple class
sets of 12 titles per middle
school)
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National Geographic: Learning
Reader Series (multiple class
sets of seven titles per high
school)
*Trade books for the units of study were chosen based on the criteria found in Appendix A in the Common Core Standards.
Each unit of study is accompanied by 5-10 texts in elementary school. Novels were purchased for each middle school
student.
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Elementary ELA
 Three pilot Common Core Units units for each grade
level with incorporated performance tasks
 Support materials:
 Trade books accompany each unit of study (inhouse units of study, curriculum modules from
Engage NY)
 Ready Common Core Instruction Books
 Lucy Calkins Writing Kits
Secondary ELA
 Middle School Units of Study – Written in-house by
instructional coaches using texts found in Appendix A of
the Common Core Standards
 Four short units focused on Common Core instructional
shifts for grades 6-12
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Reading Closely for Textual Details
Making Evidence-Based Claims
Researching to Deepen Understanding
Building Evidence Based Arguments
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Elementary Math
 Bridge materials – Ready Common Core Books
 Pilots of math materials – Engage NY Modules,
Publisher Adoptions
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Secondary Math
 Common Core Bridge Materials – Explorations in
Core Math are being used in the following courses:
 Math 6, Math 7, Math 8, Algebra, Geometry
Secondary Math Sequence
5th Grade
6th Grade
CCSS Math 6
Accele ra tion Option #1
CCSS Math 6
(Honors)
Acceleration Option #2
CCSS Math 6
CCSS Math 7
Accel eration Begins
CCSS Accel erated
Math7/ 8
CCSS Math 7
CCSS Math 8
CCSS Accelerated
Math 8/Integrated
Mathematics I
CCSS Math 8
CCSS Integrated
Mathematics I
CCSS Integrated
Mathematics II
Acceleration Begins
CCSS Accelerated
Integrated Math I/II
10th Grade
CCSS Integrated
Mathematics II
CCSS Integrated
Mathematics III
CCSS Accelerated
Integrated
Mathematics II/III
11th Grade
CCSS Integrated
Mathematics III
AP Statistics or
Pre-Calculus
AP Statistics or
Pre-Calculus
AP Statistics or
Pre-Calculus
AP Statistics, PreCalculus or AP
Calculus
AP Statistics, PreCalculus or AP
Calculus
7th Grade
8th Grade
9th
Grade
12th Grade
Math Textbook Adoption Process
SBAC
PREPARATIONS
Data and Assessments
 Developing Benchmarks in ELA and Math
 ELA and Math Common Core Curriculum Teams selected
Benchmark test items - 2 constructed response type
questions and the rest are selected response- 10-15
questions per grade level
 Administer it online – every teacher in grades 2-10 will
review data, score the constructed response and calibrate
their scoring using rubrics through District release day
Benchmark Scoring Days
Teachers engage in the following during their training day:
 Scoring Calibration Training – Teachers works in school
teams and analyze sample student answers to constructed
response questions using SBAC rubrics. Teachers calibrate
their thinking as a team and come to consensus about the
attributes that contributed to each student’s score. (90
minutes)
 Teachers Score Student Responses - Teachers log in to
EADMS and score their students’ responses to the
constructed response questions. (Up to 90 minutes)
 Team Planning Time – Teachers work in grade level teams
to plan using ELA Common Core Units of Study or Math
Modules. (Up to three hours)
Common Core Report Cards
 Data Action team reviewed samples of CCSS report cards for
elementary schools
 One sample was selected and modified
 SIS Coordinator is setting it up in PowerSchool
 Data Action Team will review and then send it out to teachers
for feedback
 Report card will be online for use in Fall 2014
 The Data Action Team decided to use GLOs (General Learner
Outcomes) to assess students’ 21st Century Skills in addition
to the Common Core Standards
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Self-Directed Learner
Community Contributor
Complex Thinker
Quality Producer
Effective Communicator
Effective and Ethical User of Technology
SBAC Readiness Goals
Provide ACCESS to Technology Tools and Training
SBAC Minimum Specification Machines-Current Machines
PC
MAC
• Windows XP (service pack 3) • Mac OS X 10.4.4
• Pentium 233 MHz processor • Intel x86 or PowerPC G3
(300 MHz) processor
• 128 MB RAM
•
256
MB RAM
• 52 MB hard drive free space
• 200 MB hard drive free space
Tablets
• iOS: iPads 2 and 3 running iOS6
• Android: Android based tablets
running Android 4.0+
• Chrome OS: Chromebooks
running Chrome OS (v19)+
• 490 New computers purchased and
installed 2012-13; 1640 iPads purchased
in 2013-14; All labs upgraded and 5 new
HS and MS labs built in 2012-13; 11 more
new labs 2014; 28 New Servers at sites
CREATING AN SBAC
SCHEDULE
THE REVISED RATIO...
Elementary
3 students per 1 device
Secondary
4 students per 1 device
THE OPTIONS
Wired Lab Options
Mac Mini Lab
PC Lab
Mobile Lab Options
Chromebook
Cart
iPad Cart
TECH LEAD
TRAINING
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Identify required technology skills
embedded in Common Core Standards
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Discuss a student technology skills matrix
and identify site and district needs
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Compare SBAC and CST
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Review technology skills and hardware for
SBAC
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Participate as a learner in a Blended
Learning Classroom
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Explore how Blended Learning strategies
can be used to personalize learning
Next Steps
 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
 Evaluation of PD Programs
 Evidence of Common Core Shifts in Practicehttp://www.engageny.org/resource/tools-to-guide-the-collection-of-evidence-of-shifts-inpractice
 Planning for Summer Institutes
 Implementation plan for ELD Standards
 Develop Multi-grade Units for Special Ed Classrooms
 Develop Blended Learning Tech Units
 Training, Training, Training
Summary
 Develop your Plan with Lots of stakeholder input, “by in” and support
 Create teams of leaders- promote teacher and principal leadership
 Define your challenges
 Technological as well as educational
 Set realistic expectations
 Mastery of the CCSS cannot be achieved overnight
 Mentorship, Coaching, Collaboration and Site-based CCSS
implementation and training is critical
 Keep your eye on the goal- it’s all of our kids that win!
Contact Us
Leader
Contact information
Dr. Lila Wills Bronson,
Assistant Superintendent of
Educational Services
[email protected]
Shannon Baker,
[email protected]
Director of Assessment, Curriculum &
Instruction
Dr. Al Clegg,
Director of K-12 Instructional Support
Services
[email protected]

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